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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHUtHDGE DAIIA' HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1019 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus LAVERQNE WILL NOT HUN QUBBKC; Ocl. Armand msat, iVatfuaallEt, who. been nioulloucd as candidate iu the com- ing liycletlloli In Quebec oltl- flully announced today that lio will DO! run. lie is BuHorlne from n severe throat troublo anil will shortly uuder- go au operatlou. IN OF Jem Driscoll, Greatest Scrapper of All Time Fun Loving Irishman, Who Fought Only Because He Liked To Fight, Master of Offense and Defense, a Combination of Gnffo and McGovern. When Cbnrlie Harvey, who has inauJ ngeJ a of ivas aVfced Mho, in his opinion, was the tighter ot all he answered "Jem" "I Tvaot to lell you." er, "what a womler he was. Toronto Globe Sporting Editor Vitriolic Agtiinsl Western Hockey Plans TORONTO. Ocl. Globe sporting, editor says today: v''Hogsheads of..whitewash, have been opened In. the western p'ro'v- incet id Restore {6 .soldier professionals who desire to perform in the rsnki of simsn pures. The latest star athlete to be'Immersed In spot [ess whllt Ts 'Mickey McKay, a'dJudged by many 'lo be thi'gheaieat hocKty player iri Canada. When iha'vestern- ers threatened lo. set'eds from Ihe A.A.U: bf'Ci that those provinces 'desired refnsUlc sofdler proves-' sionals; bijt with the expression- dersldnding thai the Verrisiate- ment wblifd not be recognized (n the east or outside of (he prov- inces which declared for the privt- legs' of the whitewashing process. Teams of .kalsomined professlgn- afs be received into Allan ".cup ccmpelitian with tho O.H.A. which now holds tfte cop, or. with other, leagues Wh.cfi are nol in ac- with the laxity of, the Tufts 10. Nonrlcb 0. [lesion Cniversily n, fihode Island eJ C bar- He was no model oJ home life. Jem was a lati of tfce world. Vi'e might sa? as Kipling said. Tee lafeen my iun wlierc I touml it." He fAM. Jem was n roving and tooX no care at oi his heaUh. yet he a master at bis trarte. he came to America he was practically aa old man, ,Hc had pass- ed his hist days, yet look what be did over hero. He was only a teather- Lchtgh nT, Xew York 0. and Jefferson 16, West- minster 0. Penri. Military Collese 0. FranklEu ami Marshall 0. Johns .Hopkins 33, Gallandet 9. St, LavrrencS 23, BuTfslo 0. Mount Si. -Marj-'s 0, SI, John's It. Delaware 0, Dickinson 2EU -t Kcnsselaer 7, Hamilton G. 17, Bradley 0. Lafayette 41, IiSverford 0. Stevens Connbcllcui, 0. ttnckneir IT, AJutjleobiirg 0, 'L-RJpu H, Hobart 0. Massachusetts Aggies 27, Middle WisUYn Carries" Detroit 3T, v SI.-Loai's 0. 'Lbmiiarfl 0.' YanKion So, Northwestern- Xor- raal 0- Xonh Dakota Aggies C, St Thorn- weigLt, Le made Mally Baldivin look foolish; made Leach Crosfs nppcar t6 fas ft rit's1ry deieatinu the SI. Pant tlufr of the1 Aineiican as- sociation in the last of series here today. was 2-j. Vernon's victory capjL in- ning afier the store had Veen lied for three" f fames, singled and went lo second On Deck's sacrifice and scored whan Dell, Tiger hit One (o board. SL Paul ........J 4 0 Vernon......: Si 3 1 Kngtand's ECr.saiional [Ijwtlglil boser, fflatcnes against Pal .Moore, of; Mcmpnis, and Joe o[ Iho west side, have Tjiadq American toiing for- lowers eager, to set a jliinpse ol the Oritish nhenom in actfon, will prooauly arrive in this country early in Novem- ber, it was learned yesterday. Hoy McCorralcl; llgbl-tifci.YT.pelglit. cliam- pioa of Great Britain, and holder of the Lord Lonsdale championabip belt, is aolhorily for tnfs sfatcment- Tnc rivweight champion oi Eneland fs likely (o sweep all he'fore him In America, according to John Pearson, Snovfii proJessionalli- as George Pear- Eon, -one of Europe's boxing referees. who in every bust- ncs life .is thn sales manager o[ tbc Vilagrapli companr in Europe, with headquarters In London, has Just ar- rifci In this country lot a rJsit (o bis company's main Mr. Pearson has referced more Inan a thousand notatle bouta antl about four thousand Xiehaus and Hargrare; Dell and.De ol 5lo third XEW YOUR, Oct. SC. under Khich the Boyal Ulster Yacht rcct club, -whlcb rcctntly challenged In behaK of Sir Tliomaa Liplcil la rac6 for Ihc Arncrlca's cup, were set forlh In a coblesrani made public by George Cormack, Secretary of thd 'Now Yofk Yacht Club, In part the cablcfnirn reads: "We challenge to sail a. series of met- chss (or cuii wkti the 'yacht Shamrock IV- againat any bne yacht built frt the United ElnlSsot .America First race'lo he sailed 'June 24, second race. Salarday, J.linc 26; thlrc race 'Tuesday. .Tune further man in the ring when Wilde made bis. first professional appearance. He was a friend ot John L. Sullvan. dC- L the latter on Ms lour ot H any to be salted one each England many years ago. He also hart raesrfaj-, Thursday and Sat a close acquaintanceship wllh Charlie The cablegram further .says thai the race shall be nailed according ID (hfe conditions made gltcn In 19J-I, in which Ihc Shamrock IV. FIT-REFORM The Most Pleaeing Clothes in Canada. A Fit-Reform Suit or Over- coal is a companion whose personality becomes a part of the man who wears it. It measures up to every demand ol ityie -of distinc- fine and carelul honest Service arid Sound Value, the true worm of a Fit-Reform Suit or Overcoat will be proved many times in the course ol the Season. the best lime lo select the new Fall Suits or the Overcoat you -have been promising if I yourself. Tfie new models are choicest patterns and effects Ate we are ready to serve you, "n -Jreiotm McKELVlE McGUIRK Mitchell and "Tug" Wilson In speaking Hi WMe yenterilay. Jlr. 'Carson, sairt: "Tliat IHLII Wilde, aV hough a vorllablc In sizfi. nougn a vorllablc In sizfi, is a u- (0 tjare fiL-en n ip[ Vo d el 'o' f Kiif reference io (he ehailehsc Ms yel ring in Rpeen. it yni tie 'JilllCillL to ihn VANCOUVER. Patrick. Oct. While presiiJenl of Ihc Pacific Coast Hockey Association, to- night confirmed reports from Calgary ;hflL he had in mind tbc erection of arena for -hockey ant! skating in JTor Meilicine- llnl, whero they liavo jlakei; resirtenco for Ihc winter. 1 Mr. anil UeftI motored from their, fanch on Sunday actl wore Hie gue.sls Mr. ;nid Mrs. M. Clancy. -Vfrs. ProwSc :iml Miss Mildred returned, from a weeks in fiOK Teland .Monday. MM. UPD ot Uoiv Islariil. motored through here lo Ihcir ranclt I Saturday, on receiving word Mr. Whitney was III. Mr. Harold Wares imrVlmeJ a fine mitth COXY from Cenrgc Tljurfic, of on Toesday. Don'l the dehaic lo be lield in Hie Lancasier school bouse Satur- day, Nov. by tbe U. FT A. loral oil "Married Life vs. .Mr. John lioari, oito 6r our niost pro- LIVERY We Meet All Trains. Hoipltil Caili. Phones: Special Hales ou Country Trlpi SPENCE BROS. tcthbrljgf, Alia. OTT AUTO LIVERY Siiecinl Service on Country Trips. Phones 7B7 R.sldence 1210 !s conlompJaflng nil that city, ho (old the Canadian Press artesian well to bo drilled nn his place (nil renlurc would not go heyoml the talking unlit next sprinE at the earliest- Ills tentative plans call for Iho erection of a 5200.000 building, which would accommodate hockey and skating in the winter and would pro- vide nn auditorium in the sammerf with a swimming pool ns an added attraction. "We hare probably well established plans." said Mr. PatrlcX, "anil they nil depend upon the snpport which hockey S'eLs m Cnlwrv (his wjfcter. If Calgary appears capable oi supporting a good tiockey team, we will bo. encouraged in going nbead. We Have In mind a Iwo OT three- club leasuc in Alberta, playing hockey of. the same brand as on the coast, with an inter- provincial series at the close of each season to decide the western cham- TIGERS BEAT EDMONTON CANUCKS CALOAR7, OcL Tigers deleatej the Edmonton Canucks In the. fiiat-.nt the inter-city" flxliircs. of Uie Alherta "nig Four" rugby" unlon'-hcre Saturday altemoon by tke'scbrc of S to 0. Edmonton displayed (food form, but -were overcome by superior (cam wort. fFrnm Our Own oirreXiviD'i.T'P CnANLEA, Oct. E. ijin- isicf has resigned as poslmaster of Prospr' pdaloflEcc and the mall In fuluro will be ilclivcrcd from Mr. A. N. Sprinkle's .Mr. -Mall cbesney' was a tlsllor in Klzikom Tutsdaj. '.Mr. Dabl Carlson moved tfte Larn and house bnlldlngs of .Mr, J. Morrison to Lhc centre of his farm Monday witb Ills, engine. Mr. Oscar Rllcy and daughter, EIln, were Etzlkom visitors TtiesGay. The Oranlca Iltd Cross society held Iheir dnnnal meeting bt the homo ot Dahl Thftrsdar, Oel.lolff. There were very few fn attendance bill d unanimous vote was passed Hut thrj society disorganize. Prejiarations were Joiniediately -farmed Id tn'at sult and SO pieces of work, 2L flkeloB of j-am, catb on fen sent to lieadqnjrler) at Calgary. Afr, Swanson, atid 3Ir. Held and eon uslncj rlsilora in' Ktzlkoui Tues- lips Ihc beam it pounils. He jeen whipplnf men right nnil Icfl nhu] laced lilin wllh 11C rnUH'la ot Sinew.] That ivas Hie case ullh I'nl Moore. Ihc! banlahiwelghl, ulir. rctenll? i CIRCUS CLAIMS XK'.V YOllK Orl FolloWihe .less Willard. Jack longht him. Jioord Ir.Tl n hie advalil- !hc litlefioliler. ha- ftgo In poun'lagp. j-tl ihp fnr ;1 ,-nf v.-ai ahlt; lo him toe !o Urn anil icngagl-mcnl with Iho KellvKlolo conj. win :L clear margin on points. pany, ami Tic Ij, aclicdiilftl looped] "There >s no ,f imUf) nol lit fi3 well c.slctnicd The lilleliolilcr, atcumlJiinlfld In llin 1'nUetl Stales as il :a aliroail. imanaRfr. Jai.h KCHrns, arrivcil here I ll lias served ;u ihe chief fiport rjl ihc and depart fdr TCXHS I armies civcrncas and has Tjcfin nrovc'I i'lurlne tho j tPrlain-! Kcarns ttiat liurl rroper jlereivdl a tMfjfidfi offer from p. film rcinceni to anienr ns tde slar allrad- I 'Ion hi a nnodiplay. and that (he rnal- ler VVBS under consideration. When It, .rfhal probHTillilfoi were for llernp.icy day. Mr. end Oeorgc AVarca spent Sunday, the gacsta'of Mr. and Mrs. II. Wares. -Mrs. CarJB.on and-OIrs. Jack Von licen alck grippe the past neck. Mr. McOae'who hae rislttng daijelilrr, MrE, .Toljn Morrlion, Iclt on Tuesday, exfecllng lo spend sotne time with his son, Sam McCrar, In Mr. A. II. Sprinkle spent Thursday anil Friday In Winnltred. Irs.' Henry Foster lott on next -.reck. Ills friends nut! lilra good luck. FIGHTING PROFITEERS IN GHEAT BRITAIN! LONDON. Oct. Mr. McCurdy, SI. P., of the foot! min- istry, slates that l.COO profiteering tribunals are already workinp. Since Ihu prontee'rlng act passed the rood inhmlry lias instituted prosecutions secured fmes total- tins }35.000. APPROVE SALMON FISHERIES TREATY OTTAWA, OcL secretary stale for external affairs has given notice that he will introduce in the commons on a resolulion of approval of. the convention between Urcat Dritain and the United .Stales for and propagation of. the salmon Jlsht-ries of Ihfv Frascr riS'- COOLIES ARRIVE HALIFAX, Is', S., Oct sfeamcr Bohemian arrived this mom- Ing Erom llnvre with a .Chinese labor battalion hound from Franco to t'hinn. A few-hours laler Iwo (rains with coolies on hoard pulled out ot Hie pier for Vancouver- WHAT HAPPENED NOVITIATE REPORT OTTAAVA, OcL Hoyce. Carlefon, wants (o know what happen- cd to the report on the Guelph 'novit- ialo invcstigallon and to lhat end has g'lTcri notice Ibal Tic will Inrfu'ire in the house on MonJay 11 the report has been received and when it will be tabled. An unidentified man was killed by a C.1 P. R. passenger train1 while wilk- on the. track rfcar SliannonvKte. has antiseptic, .cooling qual- ities that are both beneficial and plcdsant to' any man's -face afler shaVirfg, Being for men fnrlif- Ittrtrly, it .is .neulral- tinttd Show en face. ft clean, wholesome lorm 6f mpnl crjlijucfttl LEONARD OUTFIOHTS BLOOM Moors Cains Paper Verdict Ova in (lie rl'lig In the''neiir'iulnie, ipKearn.i said lhat JacX Is more than :aniloiu lo eolrlif again. Dial DbTKOIT. l-conarj, tlicre ari> no npponunH In this country emllled lu a chance wllh'him, CALdAHV CANUCKS'TRIM UNIVERSITY lightwclghl cut- fought PM! Diooni In a 10-roon'l no- tlccl-loa bout here, in ihp. opinion of tiewsnapcr men. Apparently all hnt slopped Ills fcpjiMienf in three __ the rounds. It was the champion's KDMOSTOX 20.-Snpdrlor linal go his Illlc match n-llli team work, (oupletl ivllh sujerlor tool- Johnnie .'nndf 6 at Ilarlford, t'tran., lull hralnsi notice] the Calgary Can- DIM a fell-fiamcd tlctory met Ihc Pat Moore, of Mcmyilnj, was Biven ot Alhotla Ibfl allernoort In the Alheri.i "HIB Konr" rughy un- While, of Albany at the end o[ 10 by the score of iS.lo I The toimda ol loilng. were never in danger. Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing We Also Clean White Gloves of All Kinds and Flooi1 Carpets HIGH CLASS WOHK AT LOWEST PRICES. HEGULAB CUSTOMERS EVERY OFF. Othiitmen 2 pltce Suit prosed only..i ,6S 3-piec< Suit pressed .75 Suit cleJrlt' and Suit and pretsed .._ Suit, French Dry Panli Precsed PdflU apongc cleaned and prtistd French Cleaned Overcoat Prilled Only Cleaned from ____ and 1.00 M 50 .65 C3 1.00 Ladies Suit prejitj enly, (rom... .75 Sun elfianed and pHtitd Irtim 1.00 3ulU Frtitth Dry (rofn................... 1.60 SVIrl Pttttm from.. .30 Skirt cpQrlge cleaned and preijtd, from ...........55 Skirt French Dry Cleaned, ffortl .......i........... i73 All Repiirlntl Charges Extra Delivery PHONE 1770 402 I3lh STREET H. LEE DUCK LEtKBRlOOE, At-TA. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERT8 Get your Next Relrrad Dona By Us. SECTIOfJAL AND BROKRN BEADS OUR SPECIALTV We are speclaliils in Vulcan- Icing Waders. Third Avonui South PHONE 1664' Character wtat we build, into every tire !bat we retread or repair. Class qualify and d'urabilliy are the objects', ot our highest en- fJcavor. The mailer of value- Riving Is our chiet contbrn. We appreciale a man nS mncji as we da bis business. Our shoif U OPP. ELLISON MILLS AUTO OWNERS Wo marho Slomi Curtntns glass lights, and radiator cov- -ers.-" Everything for the Auto Tops 'THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Clh Sjrcct Next to llcrnld Office C. T. BLUrrr, PROP. The Mechanical Garage Used cars bought and sold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd 6t Cosy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 K-W. Service Station Service Slatlon for the famous K-W All malcca of Kcneralorg, colls ro- jialred. rull slick of rcpllr parts car- ried. All wc-rk guaranteed. MAQHETS RECHARQCD The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 731 HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Kcfore Iho lluih, br ANDY THE RAOlAtoa MAN 416 -Fifth 81. 3. WELDING Car' Repairing AoeNfs Fan GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES The Lawford Welding COMPANV 2nd Aye., opp. Lethbrldje Hotel fhtnt itt4 ;